marshalledgar
2 years ago1,000+ Views
My 30-Day Challenge Begins NOW!
I was really (really) debating whether or not to share this with the world of Vingle: my 30-day body transformation began today. For real! I'm sure there are others out there that are struggling with weight...struggling with body image...struggling with eating...struggling with consistency...struggling with a variety of things that contribute to healthy living and body sculpting. Yes--I AM ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE!!!!!!!
This is a picture of, not me, but Robins Dorvil. I've been following this guy for some time on Instagram, along with many other fitness dudes. This is the picture that did it for me. It's the one that said, Marshall, get your life back--NOW!
So, while I have not yet decided to show actual, real pictures of me, during this process, tell me if it would be beneficial to you or not if I shared my progress.

Day 1

Stats
Height - 5'5''
Weight - 163 (+/- 2 pounds)
Waist - 30

Goals

1. Attain the impossible 27" waist (not concerned with scale at this time)
2. Body Definition

Meals

Carb cycling
No cheat meals
I am prepping my food twice a week on Sundays and Wednesdays.

Gym

I am a member of LA Fitness. So you can guess where I will be for the next 30 days!
My routine is going to be a flex-six with one day rest. I am doing strength training mixed with drop-down cardio and quarantined core.
My 3-year transformation inspiration is this guy, Matt Ogus. He's 5'6", just one inch taller than me. So...I figure, I can (hopefully) attain this level of physique in about 3 years (or so).
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@marshalledgar ok I think I can do that
2 years ago·Reply
Awesome @buddyesd! !! glad to know I am not alone in this
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2 years ago·Reply
@marshalledgar wow! It's definitely going to be a challenge but I'm sure you can do it man. Rooting for you!!! I certainly need to stay away from the alcohol as well.....
2 years ago·Reply
@marshalledgar good luck buddy. Starting out was the hardest. But, once you are consistent, it becomes a habit and for me, missing out makes me feel guilty.
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